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    Warpless-Warp, but with the warp...

    Huh, what??





    I needed the feedneck there because the paint wasn't transitioning from the loader to the hose very well. Im going to get rid of it and put a piece of copper tube of something to connect the loader to the hose better.

    "I'm not happy unless you're not happy"

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    Every time I see a post like this it makes me wish TK would produce the belt feed hopper he has a patent on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Every time I see a post like this it makes me wish TK would produce the belt feed hopper he has a patent on.
    Do what?!?!?!?!

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    thats badass

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    Well he has allowed for limited runs of products that he owns patents on. I wonder if He would OK someone taking this to prototyping/production. Well TOM?
    (I heard a rumor that if you type his name in a thread he will come)

    If someone else can fabricate the shells I can throw together a micro controller for this.

    Looking at the drawings I can see a few things that maybe should change. If the belt drives come out of alignment it could turn into a blender. I'm thinking this design evolved into the Warp because friction plates make so much more sense.
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    Last I remember he said you would never see a hopper from AGD because of patent issues, there must be an "overlap" of patents of some sort.

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    hmmmm.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BTAutoMag View Post
    hmmmm.

    Simon told me a Halo (or derivative) will feed through a pretty long hose. Figured I try it. It lightened everything up, takes the hopper off the top, and it lets me use different loaders.

    I think that I should RF my Z2 though.. and my 'drop' testing is very iffy right not. When I get the xmag back from anno I will try it out.

    If anyone wants to take it for a run next weekend I will send it to them.

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    next game im playing is legends... and I'm not testing something on that field, lol

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